of Scranton, AR
October 5, 1921 - November 20, 2020
Travis Junior Henderson, 99, of Scranton, Arkansas passed away on Friday, November 20, 2020 in Ozark, Arkansas. He was born on October 5, 1921 in Dublin to his parents Travis A. and Mary (Hancock) Henderson. Junior was a United States Army veteran serving in WWII, a retired rancher and a member of the Dublin Freewill Baptist Church. He is preceded in death by his parents, Travis A. and Mary (Hancock) Henderson; his wife, Mildred (Warren) Henderson; four sisters, Alene Snow, Doris Needham, Shelma Stewart and Josephine Woodward; two brothers, Dero Henderson and Hubert HendersonHe is survived by his two daughters, Sue Whitman and husband Earl of Ozark and Marilyn Lou Martin and husband Charles of Bixby, Oklahoma; one son, Travis Alton Henderson and wife Maureen of Scranton; two sisters, Anna Hudson of Lonoke and Linda Jane Cox of Little Rock; one brother, Doyle Henderson and wife Sue of Little Rock; 6 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren and 9 great-great grandchildren. Graveside service will be held at 11:00 a.m., on Monday, November 23, 2020 at Wares Chapel Cemetery near Scranton officiated by Rev. Jeff Henderson under the direction of Roller Funeral Home in Paris.
My grandpa was the best man you could of asked to have in your life . 💕❤️💗 he will be missed oh so dearly . I love you papa and miss you forever . Until we meet again 💖💖
Sue, I have such fond memories of your dad (and mom) and the love they shared. He was so kind, fun loving and dedicated to his family and his Lord. May he rest in peace and may God comfort you with wonderful memories. sending love from Steve and I.
Thoughts and prayers are with the family in this time of loss.
We are sorry to hear of your loss. Junior was such a good man. Many good memories of conversations and time spent with Junior and Louise. They touched many lives with their kindness. Rest in peace, Junior. Condolences to all.
Travis you will be missed fly high lil guy cna Holly
Sorry for your loss he has left me with alot of good memories of him.He was loved by all the family and friends.
So sorry for the families loss!! Travis was a great man! My condolences!
Sue so very sorry for your loss. May the Lord comfort you during this time.
I loved him dearly. He will never be forgotten. I feel fortunate to have such a wonderful person in my life, for literally my whole life. He was so good to us kids; I don't think he could ever say no when we asked him to do something.
So sorry for your loss Sue and family. May you find peace and comfort in all the beautiful memories you shared with him. Praying for all of you.🙏🏻
We have the best memories of Junior and Louise. They were such wonderful people! We are so sorry for your loss. Carol (Brewster) Heffley & Lillie (Grenwelge) Brewster
I will miss you!!! I couldn’t have been blessed anymore than to have you be my grandfather.
Sue, Denise told me about your dad yesterday. It's especially hard now because of covid. I do love this picture of him on the tractor, and it reminds me so much of my own dad who died 46 years ago this coming Tuesday. God bless you!!
MRs Sue and Earl and FamilyThoughts and prayersNeal and Tammy Wade
Travis , we were sorry to hear of your loss. Condolences to the entire Henderson family.- Jerry & Annie Canada
To the loved ones of Mr Henderson. I know Mr and Mrs Henderson from ONH, I loved them just like my own family, he was one in a million. It made my day to see him waiting for me to make his bed.. he would always say now, this girl knows how to make a bed. I loved hearing his stories. He will be deeply missed dearly.
Sue & Family So sorry for the loss of your loved one. You & the family will be in my thoughts & prayers
Oh my I was surprised when I saw this! So sorry that this Covit has taken away so much of your time with him these last months. He was quite the story teller. I know you all have so many great memories. He knew you all loved him. Prayers for each of you. Love you all.Millissia